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Old 11-10-2006, 03:57 PM   #7
PeterArnel
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I would say - we were well managed but as I own the company -that may be a bit strong. Not only did I go Stacatta I moved to printing to the ISO standard which meant cutting the dot back, changing print sequence from KMCY to KCMY and increasing ink densities . The key has to be what I call the OKP sheet which is completed by Customer Services when the job is ready to print - on it , it tells pre press what screening to use and the printer what he is matching on press.
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